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Inspired in Buenos Aires

Discovered Morris Essex vintage style stationery which is all created and printed by Eliza Jane Curtis in the historic Palermo barrio of Buenos Aires. The work is a combination of linocut block-printing and silkscreen, using both traditional screenprinting techniques and the Gocco machine.

Eliza says her designs are inspired by her combination of her love of the city’s art deco architectural details and memories of childhood daydreams in the fields and forests of Maine to create motifs of geometry, nature and fantasy. Shop for more her work on her etsy.


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Posted under: cards, gocco, linocut, printing, silkscreen, stationery

One response to “Inspired in Buenos Aires”

  1. raquel raney says:

    love love.

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